April 2007. I walk up to the door of the building where area Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are held. My family is pushing hard for in-patient treatment but I refuse. My psychiatrist feels that a trip here is the first step to long-term sobriety. Lucky for me, the building is right next to his office. If it hadn’t been convenient, I might have just made excuses to not go at all.
It is a sad day at CBA-CLE as we say goodbye to our leader, coworker, and friend — Dawn McKnight. Dawn has devoted over fourteen years to CBA-CLE. She began her tenure in the publications department. However, she left CBA-CLE after a short time to utilize her varied skills on the partnership track in private practice.
The ABA Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability compiled a comprehensive Profile of Legal Malpractice Claims, evaluating claims from 2008 through 2011. According to the Committee’s report, real estate lawyers held the dubious honor of having the highest percentage of malpractice claims, followed by family law, trust and estate, and personal injury law.
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016, the Colorado Supreme Court adopted changes to Chief Justice Directive 05-01, “Directive Concerning Access to Court Records.” The changes to this Chief Justice Directive were proposed by the Public Access Committee, and they replace previous public access policies.
Colorado Court of Appeals: Cell Phone Records Created in Regular Course of Business are Nontestimonial
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued its opinion in People v. Ortega on Thursday, October 20, 2016.